Leak suspect: Federal authorities have identified a suspect in a massive leak that exposed top-secret CIA cyberweapons and spying techniques. Joshua Adam Schulte, a former CIA employee, is being held in a Manhattan jail on unrelated charges of possessing child pornography. The government believes that Schulte provided WikiLeaks with the stolen archive of CIA hacking tools that the organization published in March 2017 under the label “Vault 7.” It was the largest leak of classified documents in CIA history, revealing intricate details of America’s online spying capabilities, including tools for commandeering iPhones and smart TVs. Although authorities searched Schulte’s apartment shortly after WikiLeaks disclosed the materials, he hasn’t been charged in connection with the breach. Schulte has said that he is being unfairly targeted because he spoke out about “incompetent management and bureaucracy” at the CIA.